Tanya’s Travelling Tadpole Tuition’s Child Safe Policy
We want children and young people who participate in our program to have a safe and happy experience. We support and respect our children, young people, staff, volunteers and students.
Child Safe Policy
Our policy guides our staff on how to behave when interacting and engaging with children in our organisation. The policy focuses on how we can promote kids’ participation in a friendly environment and make it safer for them.
Tanya’s Tadpoles has a strong commitment to child safety and maintaining child safety and a child friendly environment for all students in all classes.
We Support Kids’ Participation
Tanya’s Travelling Tadpoles Tuition’s supports the active participation of kids in all our programs.
We listen to kids’ views, respect what they say and involve them when we make decisions, especially about matters that will directly affect them.
We value diversity and do not tolerate any discriminatory practices. Tanya’s Tadpoles opposes all forms of bullying and harassment. We take this issue very seriously and encourage anyone who believes that they or another person has been bullied or harassed to raise this issue with management.
In all decisions and actions that impact children, the best interests of the child will be the primary consideration.
Tanya’s Traveling Tadpole Tuition will maintain a rigorous and consistent recruitment, screening and selection process.
This standard will be achieved by
Tanya’s Tadpoles seeks to attract and retain the best teaching staff. We provide support so all staff feel respected, valued and we treat all staff fairly.
We ensure our staff have ongoing training and support to develop their teaching skills and to promote a child safe environment.
Training, Support and Supervision of Staff
Other’s Legislations and Policies
Complaints Management and Reporting
The policy and guidelines will be reviewed by July 2021 and will incorporate comments and suggestions from all staff, children and families.
TTTT Child Safe policy is aligned with the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations (https://childsafe.humanrights.gov.au/national-principles/download-national-principles ) and Child Safety Standards. (https://ccyp.vic.gov.au/child-safety/being-a-child-safe-organisation/the-child-safe-standards/).